Creative Water-Activated Street Art Is Revealed When It Begins to Rain

Superhydrophobic coatings are a recent technology that have many useful real world applications for protecting surfaces from water and dirt and now Seattle-based street artist Peregrine Chuch has come up with a way to apply superhydrophobic coatings to create art that remains invisible until it rains.

Church is allowed to create the artwork whenever and wherever he wants to around the city as the artwork is completely legal, it’s non-toxic and isn’t permanent either, only lasting around 4 to 12 months depending on how many people use the sidewalk.

This makes rainy days and bad weather that little bit more bearable.

Source: rain.works

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